We are a newly established lab within a thriving community of developmental biology and tissue repair researchers

at the Faculty of Life Sciences in the vibrant city of Bristol.

The Faculty boasts world-class research facilities with state-of-the-art equipment in the Wolfson Bioimaging, Proteomics, Transcriptomics and Flow Cytometry facilites.

Last year, Bristol even topped the Sunday Times list of the "best places to live in Britain"!

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-39320118!

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See my University of Bristol Research Profile:

http://www.bris.ac.uk/biochemistry/people/helen-m-weavers/index.html

 

Previously Wellcome Trust PhD Student (University of Cambridge) and MRC-funded Research Associate (University of Bristol).

Principal Investigator

Sir Henry Dale Fellow

jointly funded by The Wellcome Trust and The Royal Society

Helen Weavers

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Jack has moved into the world of fruitflies after a Masters year in St Andrews studying regeneration in Amphioxus! Jack is now a PhD student funded by the Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust and a member of the GW4 MRC-funded Doctoral Training Programme.

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PhD student

Postgraduate student on the MRC GW4 DTP

Jack Holcombe

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After completing his Mathematics degree at the University of Bristol, Jake is now moving into the world of biology with us in this cross-institutional and multi-disciplinary PhD project.

Postgraduate student on the MRC GW4 DTP

shared with Prof Tannie Liverpool, Prof Paul Martin & Dr Isaac Chenchiah

Jake Turley

 

Kayleigh Cruickshank (MSci in Biomedical Sciences)

 

If you're interested in a summer lab project with

us, get in touch!

MSc & Summer students

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Interested in state-of-the-art live imaging and genetic approaches in Drosophila and want to learn techniques in human genetic epidemiology?

Further information about the project and how to apply:

 

https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/live-imaging-and-genetic-approaches-to-explore-cross-talk-between-tissue-damage-immune-dysfunction-and-infection-within-novel-animal-models-of-cystic-fibrosis/?p101742

 

in collaboration with

Bristol Population Health Science Institute

& Cardiff University

For October 2020 start

PhD projects available!

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Giuliana started with us in 2018 after a CRUK-funded PhD in Dundee with Prof Arno Muller and a short post-doc with Dr Tom Millard at the University of Manchester.

Giuliana is also an active pre-lighter!

Wellcome Trust-funded

Post-doctoral

researcher

Giuliana Clemente

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Tua recently completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Manchester, where she was introduced to the wonders of Drosophila! Tua is now pursuing her love of research as a MRes student with us studying immune cell migration in complex 3D environments.

 

MRes

postgraduate student

Tua Karling

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Emma is currently studying for her MSci degree in the School of Biochemistry and gaining some research experience with us using lots of live-imaging and genetics in Drosophila.

MSci student

within the School of Biochemistry

Emma Case

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Kayleigh Cruickshank (MSci in Biomedical Sciences)

Amy Harris (Wellcome Trust Vacation Scholarship)

Katie Burbridge (UoB Biochemistry BSc student)

Lauren Craker (Chemistry MSc student; in collaboration with Prof Dek Woolfson)

 

Our previous

lab members

Alumnae

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If you are interested in working with us on an exciting interdisciplinary project integrating state-of-the-art live imaging, Drosophila genetics and genetic epidemiology contact me for more details.

Post-doctoral researcher

&

PhD students

We are recruiting!